Arteta praises Norwich ahead of Premier League clash – 12/26/2021

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Arsenal are growing rapidly within the Premier League and have won their last three games in the national competition. A good moment brought the team to fourth place and it is necessary to continue winning in order not to finish in first place in the championship. The next appointment will take place this Sunday (26) against Lantern Norwich City of the competition. Despite what looked like a quiet game for the team, coach Mikel Arteta dismissed an easy game.

, I think Norwich deserved better luck in the recent games. The income that Dean Smith has recently should not be in the position he is in at the moment. We know he has a lot of power and relying on the fans, will it be even more difficult for our team? Arteta rated.

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Norwich have won just two of their 17 matches in the competition so far, despite praise from Arsenal’s coach. Furthermore, the team has not won the Premier League since the 12th round, when they beat Southampton 2–1 at home. Five more games have been played since then and only one goal has been scored, with the attack going blank in the last three matches, which ended with defeats to Tottenham, Manchester United and Aston Villa.

Arsenal will still be missing for the game from Covid-19, which also hit the club in the latest wave of the disease to hit the UK. However, none of the three players who are still in isolation are considered a starting point by coach Mikel Arteta.

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The ball will roll this Sunday (26) at 12:00 PM (GMT) at the Carrow Road Stadium. The Premier League’s “Boxing Day” round ends next Monday (27), with a clash between Newcastle and Manchester United. Overall, round three games were postponed due to Covid-19 cases.

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